Parenting

Raising a child is one of the hardest things parents will ever do. No one is born knowing how to do it, and we all want to do the best job we can and raise our children well. Here we’ll talk about everything: choosing a daycare or preschool, how to handle tantrums, the best way to discipline them, rules to set at home, and other things to help you raise your child to be a responsible adult.

The Mozart Effect – Myth or Fact?

The Mozart Effect is the theory that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed music that offers a series of benefits for human beings and for babies. But contrary to what some think, the Mozart Effect does not increase intelligence in children. The Mozart…

Psychological Effects of Traditional Physical Punishment

It is unfortunately common for parents to use physical punishment when raising their children. However, it’s important to consider the negative psychological effects it can cause. The education one receives during infancy and adolescence from their parents or guardians can…

Japanese Parenting Techniques and Culture

In Japan, they have unique parenting techniques. When it comes to child rearing, they make a comparison between caring for children and caring for plants, which require nutrition, training and pruning to grow properly. Children’s development of certain skills depends…

Benefits of Schooling Children Before Age Three

Many families disagree with the idea of schooling children from a young age. However, specialists and studies have found that it can be beneficial, because lessons from the first stage of their life are the most enduring. Specialists have found that…

How to Make Your Son a True Gentleman

Teaching our son how to be a true gentleman doesn’t have to be a difficult task. Encouraging them to be a gentleman will help them with all the relationships they experience in life. At its most basic, being a gentleman…

The Importance of Your Child’s Routines

Psychologist and mother of two little girls, Nathalie Sánchez, explains the following: routines are important, but strict timing is not. Can schedules be flexible? She responds: Encouraging flexibility is important because it gives you the ability to adapt. We need…

Using Positive Discipline in Parenting and Education

In today’s article we’ll talk about an approach to education and parenting called positive discipline. A healthy emotional education should include more phrases like: “I love you”, “I understand you”, and “I’m here for you”, and less “don’t do this”…

7 Key Points to Teaching Discipline

As parents, we should be aware that there are keys to teaching discipline. Of course, not all children are the same and we may not be able to apply every recommendation we hear. However, all advice is useful, worthy of reflection…

5 Ways To Teach Your Children Good Parenting

Good parenting involves transforming your habits and attitudes. How can you ask your children to do the right thing if you don’t? How can you ask them to be respectful, if you disrespect and attack them? The best way to…

Advice for Disciplining a Small Child

Disciplining a small child, especially from the ages of one to four, can be very difficult and require lots of patience. At this age, a child does not yet have sufficient language skills or the ability to express their negative…

Psychological Benefits of LEGOs

Have you ever noticed the psychological benefits of LEGOs? LEGOs have become one of the world’s favorite toys because they allow us to explore the vast territories of our imagination. A famous Danish brand that was founded in 1932, LEGO…

8 Best Phrases for Educating Your Children with Love

Affection is an integral and fundamental part of educating your children in a healthy and positive way. Recognizing their efforts and achievements every day is a key part of motivating their physical, intellectual and emotional development. That’s why we want to…